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Born in 1981, Bloomberg is the world's primary distributor of financial data and a top news provider of the 21st century. A global information and technology company, we use our dynamic network of data, ideas and analysis to solve difficult problems. Our customers around the world rely on us to deliver accurate, real-time business and market information that helps them make important financial decisions. 

At Bloomberg, we are guided by four core values that are the foundation of our continued success: innovation, collaboration, customer service and doing the right thing.

We harness the power of data and analytics to organize, understand and improve our world.

It's our purpose. Come find yours.
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  • Bloomberg Mary Quinn

    Meet a Fairygodboss at Bloomberg

    • Name

      Mary Quinn

    • Position

      Human Resources Business Partner

      New York

    Mary has been with Bloomberg for over five years, and is the HR Business Partner for the Trading & Analytics and Software Infrastructure departments in Engineering as well as the CTO office. 

    She works with leaders to understand the people-related challenges and help them devise strategies on how to overcome them, maximizing the success of employees. Mary is visually impaired and she attributes much of her success at Bloomberg to her managers and colleagues, who advocate for her. From tactical things like reading information that she can’t see and access to assistive technology, to a workplace environment that is open to and supportive of people with disabilities.

    Mary is a graduate of Barnard College, and in her free time enjoys playing guitar, running in the park, and asking her Alexa questions to test her knowledge.

  • Bloomberg Becky Plummer

    Meet a Fairygodboss at Bloomberg

    • Name

      Becky Plummer

    • Position

      Software Engineering Team Leader


    Becky Plummer is the software engineering team leader responsible for content collaboration applications for the Bloomberg Terminal and the Global Head of the Engineering Champions Program. Becky made a name for herself as a software engineer by creating the trade confirmation alerting system that was fully crash recoverable for the Bloomberg Fixed Income Electronic Trading platform.

    She created the Engineering Champions program in 2011 to empower developers to influence change and collaborate on improving the development environment tools. Finally, she has run both small scale implementation projects as well as cross engineering projects including hundreds of developers.

    She is a graduate of University of Maine and Columbia University with a Master’s degree in Computer Science. Joined Bloomberg LP in New York in 2006 and moved to London in 2014 to gain a global perspective.

    Becky is one of the 5,000+ technologists at Bloomberg, and is fluent in JavaScript, C, and C++. When she’s not developing software and leading teams, she is traveling or planning travel.

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What Women Should Know about Working At Bloomberg
Bloomberg drives disruptive innovation and breakthrough performance by embracing and leveraging diversity in all its forms. We strive to create a culture that values difference, fosters inclusion and promotes collaboration to drive business results.

The Bloomberg Women’s Community (BWC) and Bloomberg Women in Technology (BWIT) connect and support employees through gender-awareness, relationship-building and career development opportunities. Both employee resource groups host global efforts focused on recruiting female talent, increasing leadership development and driving business impact through client engagement.

Our commitment to D&I and women in the workplace extends beyond Bloomberg: In 2016, we launched the Bloomberg Financial Service Gender-Equality Index (BFGEI), providing investors and organizations with standardized, aggregate data across company statistics, policies, products and community engagement. The 2018 Gender-Equality Index has expanded to 104 firms across 10 sectors committed to building gender-equal workplaces.

Bloomberg's Chairman, Peter T. Grauer, also serves as the Founding Chair of the U.S. 30% Club, an organization of business leaders dedicated to achieving better gender balance throughout their organizations. 

Learn more about Bloomberg's Global Diveristy & Inclusion.

At Bloomberg, we offer benefits to ensure the health, well-being and financial security of our employees and their families. The company’s level of investment in our employees’ health care coverage is rare among U.S. employers. See below for more information.

Programs, initiatives, groups

    • Unconscious bias training
    • Yes
    • Internal mentorship / sponsorship programs
    • Yes
    • Internal employee networking
    • Yes
    • Succession planning initiatives
    • Yes
    • Diversity initiatives / processes for recruiting
    • Yes
    • Diversity initiatives / processes for performance evaluation
    • Yes

Flexible working

    • Flexible working policies
    • Bloomberg recognizes that during an employee’s career, a formal flexible work arrangement or some form of informal flexibility may be necessary. Eligible employees are encouraged to speak to their managers about a flexible working arrangement.

Parental Leave

    • Overview: Parental leave policies
    • Bloomberg offers 18 weeks of Primary Caregiver Leave immediately following the birth, adoption or foster-placement of the child paid at 100%. Bloomberg offers 4 weeks of Non-Primary Caregiver Leave paid at 100%
    • Paid maternity leave
    • Yes, 18 weeks
    • Unpaid maternity leave
    • Yes, If employees need additional leave at the conclusion of their paid maternity leave, they can speak with their manager about an unpaid leave.
    • Paid paternity leave
    • Yes, 4 weeks
    • Unpaid paternity leave
    • Yes, If employees need additional leave at the conclusion of their paid paternity leave, they can speak with their manager about an unpaid leave.
    • Adoptive paid leave
    • Yes

Maternity-Related Benefits

    • Other benefits information
      • On-site Wellness Coaches
      • Adoption/Surrogacy Support/Stipends
      • Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account
    • Lactation facilities
    • Yes
    • Phased-in post-maternity return
    • Yes, To help employees phase back to work post maternity leave, they can take the final week of their maternity leave either as a single block or as 5 individual days within the 12 month period immediately following the birth, adoption or foster-placement of the child.
    • Maternity leave coaching
    • Yes
    • Fertility benefits
    • Yes

Care-taking benefits

    • Back-up childcare
    • Yes
    • Childcare subsidies
    • Yes
    • Elder-care benefits
    • Yes

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